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There are many proprietry products that claim to make removal easy but I have found none as effective as plain hot water and a microfibre cloth. When done polish witjh autoglym or preferably mer polish and it will be even easier next time. Best tip is don't let the little devils build up.
 

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Couple of good ideas there. Last Sunday it took me 12 hours to wash, de-bug then wax and polish the van. I wore out my thumbnails rubbing at insects, then finally gave up on a low-cost electric Turbo polisher that was simply not up to the job and finished polishing by hand. Could hardly get out of bed the next morning from all the jumping up and down ladders and crawling about on the roof. I used muscles I had forgotten existed.

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If you dont have a bride try waiting outside a local church most Saturdays.

Be careful to select a nice big piece of netting ( I found that the headress worked a treat)

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If you dont have a bride try waiting outside a local church most Saturdays.

Be careful to select a nice big piece of netting ( I found that the headress worked a treat)

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We once met someone who wrapped cling film round the luton and all he had to do was remove it every now and again and the grot with it.

We weren't around long enough to find out if the cling film gets tacky in hot weather.

Baby wipes work very well but beware of trying them on the windscreen - they have soap in them and it smears something 'orrible.

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Tried the the soon to be wife's head dress worked a treat.

Help please


Does anybody know how to get the bugs guts out of the headdress before next Saturday

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I use Autoglim Fast glass. Comes in a spray bottle and is great... Removes bugs, black streaks and water marks from glass (it also removes tar deposits!). It is safe to use on all finishes including hab windows and skylights and leaves your motorhome lovely and clean. I use it in conjunction with a microfibre cloth and it requires very little work to remove any unwanted marks.

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Bugs on windscreen

If you can't find a net curtain, use a pair of tights with a sponge inside them.

Remember to take the owner out before you use them - unless they're your own, of course...or should that be "of coarse"?

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